Dmitry Efremov

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  1. The castle in Rakvere offers a lot of excitement for the entire family! When you enter the castle, you will find yourself in a theme park representing the everyday life of the 16th century. There, both young and old visitors can spend an exciting day as they dress up as knights and warriors, enjoy various entertainers, and learn a thing or two about the life of people in the Middle Ages and the early modern period. Additionally, there is a wine cellar, a torture chamber, a death room and a hell, a Red Lanterns Street, a medieval brothel, a barber's shop, and an alchemist's workshop. Shenkenber
  2. Valgeranna is historically known for its beautiful white sandy beaches. The local virgin nature and many possibilities for having an active vacation attract many holidaymakers and athletes. A beautiful promenade takes you from the car park straight to the sea, where you will find a 9 m observation tower with three platforms; the top platform is a great place to observe swimmers and adventure park visitors as well as the surrounding nature.
  3. Thanks for the feedback! Yeah, me too ))) When my wife asked my would I climb up, I said no, thank you! I better get a drone up there!
  4. Hey every one! This is my first voice over try! So any feedback is highly appreciated! Need to understand should I stop, or should I continue and improve it. Thanks in advance and have a great weekend!
  5. Yeah, Estonia is incredible and reach with dozens historical places! You'll be impressed by the its capital - Tallin!
  6. Probably some one goes there on milking, but mostly they're on their own
  7. Haapsalu Castle is an architectural gem built in the 13th century, which until the end of the 17th century was the seat of power of the local authorities. This is one of the best-preserved castles in Estonia and home to the most famous ghost in Estonia – the White Lady! There is a museum on medieval history in the main castle, through which you can also get to the southern cathedral, first mentioned in writing in 1279. There is a children’s playground inspired by the Middle Ages in the moat.
  8. Watching tower near Parnu, Estonia. Tower built near the Baltic Sea on the national wildlife park. Not far from tower you can see some wild cows!
  9. Laupa manor is considered to be one of the most beautiful examples of 20th century Estonian manor architecture; it was completed in 1914 and it is one of the most prominent examples of the retro trend in Art Nouveau style in Estonia. Since 1922, the manor has been used as a school building; currently, it is occupied by Laupa Basic School. The school belongs to the Järvamaa Mõisakoolide Ühing (Järvamaa Manor School Society). The manor park was re-modelled and extended at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century.
  10. Happy to hear! Yeah, I think Chicago and just few other lakes in the world got a lighthouses on it. Need to google it
  11. Thank You! Anyway each lighthouse, at least old lighthouse, got its own, interesting story. I love to found it and share with others. Have a great day!
  12. The railway terminus with its intriguingly grand station building, constructed in the early 20th century to service the bustling resort town of Haapsalu, invites you to take a virtual journey back in time, accompanied by steam engine noises, to learn about the evolution of railways in Estonia spanning almost a century and a half. Here you can also see different methods of communicating information, from early telegraph and telephone devices to the wireless communications and television. Old locomotives and carriages made their final stop here and you can also come across a polite stationmaster
  13. The Tahkuna peninsula at the northern tip of Hiiumaa is the site of Estonia's tallest cast-iron lighthouse. The 43-meter high, state-of-the-art white tower with a green cupola was assembled in 1875 from parts manufactured in France. The slender, distinctively square-patterned lighthouse's various floors host exhibitions and installations, and the facility is used for theater performances and concerts. The lantern room and balcony are accessible via an elegant, characteristically French spiral staircase. A seaside hiking trail leads from the lighthouse to another landmark, the Tahkuna greatston
  14. This wooden copy of the famous French tower with a height of 31 m is one of the most controversial sights of Estonia. At its top, there are two flags waving: Estonian and French. The tower was built by a local resident Jaan Alliksoo at his yard, and it quickly became one of the most visited attractions of the island.